The Poetics of Pedagogy in Renaissance England
Table of Contents
1. Virgil's Schooldays
2. Master, Scholar, Schoolbook
I. The Poet as Schoolbook
3. `I must read Virgil'
4. `Amo magistrum, I love the Maister'
5. The Place of Commentary and the Works of Amor
II. Pastoral and the Painful Schoolmaster
6. Echo, Eclogue, Dialogue
7. `The schoolmaister of Bacchus'
8. `now thou art gone, / Now thou art gone'
III. Placement and Pedagogy in the Georgics
9. `The rurall part of Virgil'
10. Virgil's Schoolroom
11. `Some boks have resistit, standeth stil'
12. Print and Pedagogy
IV. Forgetting Epic
13. After Troy
14. Virgil's Wild Goose
15. Epic Struggles
16. `A Palmer with a Rodde'
Conclusion: `Virgilius poetarum doctissimus'